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Lucy DeCoutere on life after the Ghomeshi trial

The Big Story

08:24 min | 8 months ago

Lucy DeCoutere on life after the Ghomeshi trial

"Five years after I speaking out Lucy Ditka tear joins us by phone from Halifax I lucy. Hey Sarah you are nine nine journalist friend who followed me through like last ten years or something like that go way back. I think the first time I interviewed you was way back in the national post about out like trailer Park Boys Air Force Life. What is that life? Yeah I know many places since then hasn't it maybe not not funny. It's not funny. That's that's the thing. It is totally funny. Well let's let's talk about some of Y You know why yeah. We reconnected today. which is really just A A comedy club a actors night a couple of weeks ago in New York City There was a comedian. The End Kelly Bachman who came onstage after noticing in the crowd that Harvey Weinstein was there. You know the Harvey Weinstein that has been subject to so You know so much exposure of the the sexual violence that he's carried out You know what did you think when you saw her. Stand up clip of her actually just calling out His presence in that DOC club now to be fair I didn't see it. I did read about her reaction to it but I didn't see it because I didn't have the stomach doc for it. Unfortunately I do have a little bit. I have to for self protection. I have to put blinders on for some of that stuff just because My own experience watching the people who are thought dubious background rising up but how I mean if that had been knee like there's no chance he would have gotten out of there unscathed unscathed chance because she was able to stand up about it clearly at a point or she's in a place where she's doing stand up again. That means that her resilience has kicked kicked in and so she has nothing to lose by. Saying hey what are you doing here. So that's something that it's uncomfortable for the person person who they're sure soaring Mr Weinstein that you were called out kind of accept not even name right it was like there's the elephant in the room. The Freddie Krueger as she called a there's a presence here in the New York Times she wrote a piece about why she stood up against him absolutely an in reading that There was lot that you know really struck a responsive Chord Because mostly of my experience of having been talking so much publicly about this stuff and also because of my Default to humor which has sort of followed me my whole life and to sort of How that all played out? And how's he talks about how she lost years of her life to this her recovery and lost to something that she shouldn't have lost any time to and how she walked around with sort of cloak of of shame and regret for not having pushed up it like. She said she wished that she had she hasn't pushed up. She wishes pushed up harder and that she should have been stronger. And and how can you like. That's something that no one would ever are put on her but she put upon herself and as I was reading it I was just very much relating and understanding where that comes from and understanding extending that it's not productive and And it takes a long time to shake off if you ever do. We'll tell me you just said that you had sort of default of humor a longtime in your life. Tell me about that you know and how did that But up against sort of what you ended up having to deal with five years ago now when you did step forward and said that You've been assaulted. Yeah well My sense of humor shifted for sure I've always had a fairly Russia's sense of humor and definitely Defaulted into sexualizing things that are not not sexual. Because it sort of the Lucassie of it became funny but That immediately has shifted quite a lot like I definitely lean pretty hard into it. That's the name of your sex tape kind of joke but Sexual humor is mostly off the table. And also I will talk talking very bluntly about a lot of things that I wouldn't ordinarily have and then just twist a little bit so it's funny but I'm sometime. I talk about sexual assault every day at some point we had never done before and it's not even so much because of my experience directly with sexual assault the talking about sexual assault and part of that is because I don't even understand why consent is a conversation. I just don't get it. I don't know why it's it's a conversation. I don't know why it's obscuring big. I don't know why people don't get it. I really don't know I also feel like once. I started to talk about sexual misconduct and sexual assault in and a public realm. I can't like responsible to not. It's sort of now. Feels like an act of service interesting and and and I had such a thick layer of shame on the that came from well. The lawyer that was up against the trials does that when I when I killed it off. It's like still still feels like you know how when you peel off the scab super satine then underneath it. There's this rawness and that's something I still carry an will not sure when that will fade. If ever having the blend of anger and and humor is really interesting to me. You know to actually use it as a tool. Who'll to wake people up? I guess in a way or just to respond in a way that feels like you can cope throughout that. I mean that's what was so compelling about Kelly's response aunts right. She was just like I use this tool that. I have this this mechanism that I have to to help Call this out and I still don't feel like it was enough. You know that sounds sounds good familiarity your experience to yeah absolutely. It wasn't enough like after. Can I just call it. The trial of the century after the trial of the century. I just felt so terrible. I didn't expect that The purpose going to go to jail but that wasn't why is so devastated. I was so devastated because I nine told you this I know it. I told you this directly I felt like just let everybody down and I felt like I was striving for some kind of perfection in this trial. I don't even know what would look like but I felt like I had some kind of arm around me and then as soon as I got in there I realized that that was not going to serve me and I was dealing with someone who is a millionaire who was being paid. Probably close to a million dollars to make me seem like a crazy person. And so what could I possibly have expected. That was what was kind of devastating. I felt like the shame that had been imposed and that was strategic that was done purposefully by by the teams obviously accounts. Yeah it was. It took a long time to shake. And I'M GONNA say shake in the past towns just for fun we can keep it in the present tense. 'cause it's stuff that hits me at like during the wee small hours if I have have a hard time fell asleep just because of sometimes insomnia hits all people and and not trial slow to a friend of my mind's eye more often than it's comfortable and then I remember immediately afterwards. I felt like it was my duty to wander around the streets of Toronto and talk to strangers. Most of whom are women most most of him as soon as they saw me. We're literally brought to tears and running cells around me and cry and I felt like that was a sentence I had to bear which is a little bit weird and I don't know where that came from. Will you wrote a facebook post on October. Twenty six which was five years sense sense grammatically was fired from the. CBC for You know showing videos to his employers you know of of sexual misconduct essentially and you know you. You talked in that piece like was it was such a a mix of like anger. You know a lot of anger that you have and then but also I'm reaching for the the hope. I'm reaching for the lighter things. I'm trying to do something with this. Has Sort Well

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Canada elections: Trudeau wins narrow victory to form minority

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:53 min | 9 months ago

Canada elections: Trudeau wins narrow victory to form minority

"Judo has won a second term as Canada's Prime Minister his Liberal Party will claim the most seats in parliament but they are expected to fall short of an outright majority. Let's have a listen to of what Trudeau had to say in his victory speech in Montreal from coast to Coast to coast tonight Canadians rejected division negatively they rejected cuts and austerity and they voted in favor of progress serve agenda and strong action on climate change I heard you my friends you are sending our liberal team back to work back to Ottawa with a clear mandate we will make life more affordable we will continue to fight climate change we will get guns off our streets and we will keep investing well big words but minority government that was the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaking a short time ago join here in the studio by Daniel Bank One of our Canadian contingent Heritz Midori House Danny what's your reactions that he he sounded pretty strung out but we were talking just before the thanks went live you know he's now looking to features the setting the agenda as he moves forwards was everyone been saying yeah he has to sort of shake off a very visit and bitter campaign quickly and get back to work that was more of a campaign style speech and it's really interesting that Trudeau that was close to do one o'clock in the morning and Montreal is quite late I was listening on the way and this morning he chose to speak at the exact same time as Andrews Cheer was speaking in the prairies Indus Jagmeet Singh was speaking out in British Columbia normally they don't do that normally they come together and say I'm going to speak at this time you'll speak at that time they all spoke at the same time they spoke over each other during the Bates during the debates they spoke over each other early this morning as they sort of rallied the troops again aw projecting this as a huge victory but liberals conservatives and the MVP all lost ground so they're all losers they're all winners innocence where we had that before electoral pollens just tell us a bit about minority government Canadians good at doing that I mean we have a long history of minority governments certainly the world the word coalition I mentioned this on the globalist as well not really used in Canada it was it was floated by Jagmeet Singh Very Progressive Left leaning leader of the D. new Democrats floated during the campaign he immediately had to walk that back and talk about supporting the government Interestingly the new Democrats are directly against the pipeline they they refuse to work for that pipeline the Liberals bought the pipeline in for the energy sector in the West obviously which the conservatives champion so the new Democrats have twenty four seats for the Liberals to get anything through parliament they would need either the new Democrats the block by block of Becua- pardon me the Nationalist Party from Quebec who actually won more seats on last night then the EP so they are the real balance of power here it won't be a coalition in official terms Justin Trudeau we've known him to become quite bullish and even quite pompous I don't see him putting An and EP member into his caucus into his government I don't see that happening so it won't be an official coalition absolutely he'll need their support so it will be a tenuous one the Conservative leader Andrew Scheer saying last night were ready and waiting to defeat the government and we're ready to take over they don't think it's GonNa last long so we shall see what about his deal-making prowess see this has been damaging Trudeau to a degree does he still have the facility to do any kind of deal with any of these other players are the formal or informal it is present me he's still a well he still capable Titian can you get that done I think you'll have to he he won't have choice he the clip we heard off the top there he was talking about making life more affordable tackling climate change and he would absolutely need the new Democrats for those things that's what they campaigned on on you know making healthcare more affordable making living more affordable and and talking about Pharma Cares taking the taking care of that he would absolutely need the MVP I think Jagmeet Singh is guy he can work with very charismatic young guy much like Trudeau champion himself fashioned himself in his first campaign Trudeau will need to maintain sort of his strong leadership approach and Project that behind closed doors heal absolutely need to be the tactful politician and get some help let's see how it gets on with that now we mentioned you're GonNa Browse through some newspapers can I start with my yeah it's it's true though with the witch's brooms and some bats and black cats playing up the Halloween theme that It is a story right leaning newspaper from from Alberta projecting welcome to the nightmare it's so funny actually hearing overnight the some of the coverage from the public broadcaster in Canada them reminding listeners about nineteen eighty when when Pierre Trudeau and Justin's father was completely shut out in the prairies much like Trudeau was last night because of the resentment in Alberta always actually really surprised to hear from even liberal western Canadians how much they've resent inch trudeau he is really disliked. This is a problem the other thing about forming a government is what his father did in nineteen eighty was he had to draft in senators to read percents those providence provinces in his government because he had no MP's the exact same situation now will true draw from the opposition parties to help misgovernment put them in cabinet posts or will he draft in people who weren't even elected or didn't even campaign his father did exactly that he wasn't liked out west the energy sector after the massive question of course international forces international markets have a lot to do with the price of oil and how the energy sector does but there you're huge huge implications for Trudeau and what he does on this pipeline Quebec and the block Becua- don't support it the MVP don't support it but western Canada says we have to get moving on the energy file let's just have a couple of others national post was one of the most beautifully and elegantly designed administered and Jagmeet Singh the leader of the EP declaring I won which is which is partially true at the end ep lost a lot of they did gain a lot of ground during the campaign a Jagmeet Singh did very well for himself and projecting himself as a capable young charismatic leader he will be an interesting one to watch in the House of Commons Holding Trudeau to account And this other comment piece I find quite funny on the front of the National Post PM Makes History with a new low he he moves on from a majority government to lose the popular vote across Canada Canada but and the other comment saying he's pulled off a bit of an election miracle which I think after the last two scandals he he did quite well to pull that in an election

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Kendrick's slam in 10th inning lifts Nats over Dodgers 7-3, into NLCS

SportsCenter All Night

01:47 min | 9 months ago

Kendrick's slam in 10th inning lifts Nats over Dodgers 7-3, into NLCS

"Washington nationals finishes with an exclamation mark the brilliant catch then the **** team to just walk in the regular season or the post season they're moving on to the NLCS seven three and ten they beat the Dodgers Dodgers around in the first round just like the twins when they were swept in the American League by the Yankees Dodgers in twins home for the winter nationals with the seven three win in ten innings events of the NLCS for the second time in franchise history they did in nineteen eighty one as the Montreal Expos they wouldn't ten after how we Kendrick tie breaking grand slam in the top of the tenth inning they would have been there the had they not rallied with back to back home runs on consecutive pitches in the eighth inning off Clayton Kershaw manager Dave Roberts I felt good about playing right there even when you got run down and Soto so I felt that I likely through I don't know what it was couple pitches we had claimed ready for whatever today cantor in this role we really like to get the right hander the success that Claes had again so with a two run lead I'll take Clayton any day in that situation twenty year old one so with the tie a game tying home run into the red donut gone yard as well Homer two doubles three extra base hits in the game on Wednesday that's the nationals posts postseason single game record three extra base hits ties the most in a winner take all postseason game Clayton Kershaw gave up the home runs on back to back pages on the guys in the clubhouse as I

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Why impaired boating includes basically everything now

The Big Story

13:34 min | 1 year ago

Why impaired boating includes basically everything now

"The differently questions I'm about to ask our silly but the reason I'm asking them will become clear during today's episode so have you ever had a beer while paddling a canoe what about drinking and a Kayak what about cracking a cold one while lounging in your nearest lake on an inflatable mattress for those of US lucky enough to have cottages or cabins and that's kind of a summer weekend ritual and although you know by now or at least you really should you can't operate a motorboat after having a couple. A canoe is different right or at the very least a floating lounger certainly is right. Maybe right now it depends on the cops and the courts the judge a recent conviction that came about after a tragedy has now opened the door for just about anything involving watercraft and alcohol from canoes is to those loungers two pool noodles technically and yes an impaired boating conviction will cost you your driver's license and leave you with a permanent criminal record so yeah was questions not so silly anymore Jordan Keith Rawlings. This is the big story week. One of our Friday cottage in-cabin Specials Ryan Platt is an Ottawa based reporter with the National Post Brian. Hello why don't you start by <hes> just telling me because I hadn't seen it until the ruling came down the story of David Cillers and how all this began so this started in April twenty seventeen it was was originally a police call just about somebody who seemed to be in distress on a freeway ramp in Ontario's cottage country so it's near <unk> brace bridge in the Muskoka region of Ontario and when the police arrived the sky was shivering cold hold and he had no shoes on and he was soaking wet. It was just barely above zero that day and what eventually the police figured out from talking to him was he had been out on a canoe in the river. The canoe had tipped and a boy a young boy eight years old had been <hes> carried away on the river and they were very close to a waterfall and he went over as it turned out he went over the waterfall so the police quickly conducted a search found the young boy who was who was already dead in the water by that point and the police then turn to the question of intoxication breathalysed David Sellers who was thirty seven years old at the time he was over the legal limit and so he was charged with impaired operation of a vessel Russell and this ended up becoming the first case ever to go to court <hes> at least that anybody can find in any court records is the first ever time cases gone to court to test whether a canoe counts as a vessel in our impaired driving laws because doesn't tell this boats have counted on impaired driving laws since the nineteen sixty one but until this point had all been motorized boats powerboats and things like that this was the first time that edit ever been tried on a canoe and so the judge had to rule on whether canoe who counted and he ultimately ruled yes so tell me <hes> how the police have traditionally dealt with incidents like these if this had never been tested in court until now I think it really depends on the police force in the part of the country but in Ontario for whatever reason. Season Ontario police have been more likely this includes both the Ontario provincial police and I believe also the regional police forces in the G._T._A.. The Greater Toronto area so the Peel region police and I think even the Toronto Police have also taken in the stands but especially the Ontario provincial police who patrol cottage country and much of the Great Lakes areas and a lot of waterfronts in Ontario have long taken the stance that because vessel is not defined in the criminal code which the whole issue here. It's just been a unclear term for the decades that it's been in the criminal code. Ontario provincial police have long taken the view that canoes and Kayaks and paddleboats all count as a vessel but prosecute prosecute so then they have laid charges before we know I talked to <hes> -Tario police <hes> marine unit coordinator so in in coordinates a lot of the marine enforcement activities that they do. He said he knows that they charged three people who in twenty eleven but the prosecutors withdrew the charges because they didn't think there was a reasonable chance of conviction in court so basically police have been trying to make this happen for a while but prosecutors felt that they didn't have a very good chance of a conviction court in some ways. I think they he may have been waiting for the right case to come along because if you're looking to set a legal precedent you want what's called a good set of facts and so a case where an eight year old boy died because the person operating the canoe with him <hes> was intoxicated. That's the kind of case I think prosecutors decided this is a serious enough case that we're willing to take it to court so what had to happen. <hes> in the months between when the police investigated and decided to lay the charges and until it came in front of a judge for a ruling what was interesting was there was a parliamentary bill that was being debated kind of alongside this as a criminal case was was playing out in fact so Cillers was charged in April twenty seventeen and it was in April two thousand seventeen at the same time the government introduced an impaired driving bill bill c forty six this hiding of the bill was totally coincidental. It was actually meant to coincide with the introduction of their bill to legalize marijuana so the same time the government legalizing marijuana it wanted to make sure that it was taking public safety very seriously so it introduced an impaired driving bill to go with it but what's interesting is that the bill c forty six contained all kinds of changes to impaired driving laws including to allow police to start checking for marijuana at the side of the road but it also looked to fix up a bunch of areas of the law and one of the areas that it looked to fix up. Was this long-standing issue that there's no definition of what a vessel is so at the same time that you had this precedent setting in case potentially coming forward to court because prosecutors had decided to go forward with charges against Mister Solarz you had parliament with a bill where the Justice Department was proposing. They said they're information was that prosecutors. Don't go forward with this charge in so they were proposing to clarify the definition of vessel to say doesn't count as anything that's powered exclusively by muscle power which is basically to say that if you're just paddling you're not counted impaired driving loss so so you had this bill that was going to clear up this point at the same time that this case had just been started in M._p.'s were ultimately convinced. This was about six months later they there was protests. They heard about this case for one thing. which I do think played a role they also so how protests from safe boating advocates sane? We are are mass GINA's at any. If you're intoxicated you shouldn't go out on the water and so this bills a problem for us. If you're saying paddlers don't count M._p.'s were convinced by that. They took that clause. <unk> out of the bill and so the part that would have cleared up what a vessel council has was taken out of the bill and so the definition remained bag which meant the judge had to rule on it and so what did the judge rule uh specifically the judge it. There's an inch so there there was a separate ruling on this aspect of the case it came out in November twenty eighteen and the judge had to hid invited arguments for both sides from the crown about why canoe should counting are impaired driving laws and from the the defense about why it shouldn't and the judge had to because like it's just has vessels in the criminal code. It doesn't say what a vessel is and so the judge had to look through dictionary definitions through legal definitions from from other countries and the two things though that I think were the most <hes> influential in the judge is thinking was Howard vessels treated in other law laws in Canada so not the criminal code but like marine regulations said <hes> are based on <hes> customs regulations and things like that and also what happened at parliament because parliament the M._p.'s had the chance to remove paddling and chose not to and so based on those two factors the the judge ruled that essentially if you can use it to navigate on a waterway it's a vessel and <hes> so that would mean canoes count and it would also potentially include a lot of other things but particularly uh-huh kayaks and rowboats and things like that so that was a separate ruling and the trial had still not completed then which back came recently exactly so the crux of this is that slurs was charged with basically really two types of offenses the four charges and total but the two types of offenses were impaired driving offenses and then a criminal negligence causing death charge and so if the judge had ruled that canoes don't count the criminal negligence the charge would have gone forward but the other charges couldn't have because they were impaired driving offenses he ended up getting convicted of all four and so when this was being debated in parliament and justice officials were explaining why they were going to paneling out of impaired. We're driving charges. They said our understanding is that prosecutors. Don't use these charges anyway but even so at criminal negligence. Herge is is seems like the appropriate charge to us in a case where somebody is intoxicated about and causes either bodily godly harm or death the thing about an a negligent criminal negligence charge is that it there's a high burden on the crown to prove it. They have to prove that somebody was acting not just carelessly but in a marked departure from how a reasonable person person would act in those circumstances and recklessly endangered somebody's life and so it's not just carelessness. It's criminal action and in this case of course they were I think based on following the case they were easily easily able able to meet that threshold to say that he acted in a criminally negligent way and that's why this eight year old boy died the impaired driving charge though which he was also convicted of it's much easier for prosecutors to get that conviction because it it's the act it's not whether you endanger somebody's life or not it's it's actually simply the act of paddling while you're drunk or stoned that becomes illegal and once they've got the breathalyzer tests and they can show you were indeed paddling or controlling the canoe in any way. You're basically cooked. That is the illegal act right there unless you can find some kind of procedural error which defense lawyers are very good at doing but it is the reason why this is. I think an interesting legal conundrum is because impaired driving laws are extremely serious laws and have gotten it seems like almost every year governments are are increasing the penalties around them but they're meant. They're designed for motorized vehicles. That's why they're so serious because they endanger the public and so now if you have this applied to paddlers. Are we really saying that you are guilty of this very very serious criminal offence just for paddling we'll in there are mandatory minimums. I mean maybe not specifically but acceptable mandatory minimums minimums for any <hes> impaired driving conviction right Yup. It's <hes> so there's a judge's only have a certain amount of discretion under these laws because there are mandatory minimums and and having you know report a lot on the justice system in Ottawa and and <hes> you know legislation that would amend the Criminal Code. I personally don't believe that mandatory minimums unimpaired driving are ever going away. I think that this is one of the mandatory minimums that the government will always keep and and so it's a mandatory minimum fine for if it's just a basic I defense and you're driving of it's at least a thousand dollars. It might even be more than that. That's on a first offense on the second offense you quickly get into mandatory jail time and of course if there's any kind of bodily harm or death involved then jail time is almost given but this is the thing about impaired driving is that you don't even have to hurt anybody. If you get caught doing it. That's the criminal offense and so we now in the situation where even just paddling Adalina canoe or Kayak or almost anything else that you can use on the water you are subject to all these these mandatory minimum sentences and you don't even have to have heard anybody and so given the conviction and given the fluid the definition of vessel. What does this precedent actually opened the door for because I know I know paddlers and you could make a case for canoeing with children or row boating with children and putting people at serious risk of bodily harm but there are all sorts of other other vessels out there that I would have never imagined counting under this law yes and so the first thing that needs to be said here is that this was a decision of Ontario called the Ontario Court of Justice so it's the Lower Court Ontario okay with means it's not it's not a binding finding decision on other courts that doesn't Happen Front for the province of Ontario until it goes to a higher court such as the Ontario Court of Appeal and it wouldn't happen even for it wouldn't be binding on other provinces until the Supreme Court of Canada ruled on it so we may eventually get to that point but at this point a if a case comes to a different judge that judges

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"national post" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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03:34 min | 1 year ago

"national post" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Person who reads this article, and agrees with it. All right. Let me let me read it for yesterday. Oh, dude. Yeah. So let let's let's get into the national post has an awesome, ladies and gentlemen, by Joseph brain. It's like being with an all explaining how quote dodge bolt isn't just an unethical tool. It is a form of oppression. These education, theorists, their, their premise is that dodgeball, is mis educative, and it teaches athletic privilege. Didn't even through the sentence. It teaches athletic privilege to the Canadian society for the study of education at the congress of humanities and social sciences in Vancouver. So their brain points out the fault in many childhood games. He says they're all very problematic. It singles out one poor participant. Often the slowest child. Let me guess I bet he believes natural selection. So I'm rich. Let's look at this, here's here's how it starts. I have to share with you, this man's article. It's worth every bit the games children play in schoolyards famously horrible. If you stop and think about them tags, for example, singles at one participant, often the slowest child, and then the dehumanized hit who runs vainly in pursuit of the quicker ones capture. The flag is nakedly militaristic. British bulldog has obvious jingoistic colonial themes. I don't know if I can say can I stay able, snakes, this game's called? Okay. Read, s known as the America as butts up involves deliberate imposition of corporal punishment on loses. Never even heard of that one. But now I'm going to do it. But none rouse. The passions of reform minded, educational progressives quite like, dodgeball, the team sport in which players throw balls that each other trying to hit their competitors and banish them to the sidelines of shame. He says that in the modern sense, it's displaying hierarchies of privilege based on athletic skill. Dodge ball is not just an helpful to the development of kind gentle children, who become teasing citizens of liberal democracy. It's actively harmful to this process. It's a tool of oppression. That's what this dude that, this, this study is doing. They say the hidden curriculum in dodgeball is fall Mona Farris, than your average, gym class runaround, dodgeball, mis educative because it reinforces five phases of oppression as defined by the late iris Marion young someone who is social and political theorist that had way too much time on the hands. So I cannot believe that somebody and then they mentioned that movie dodgeball, and they're talking about athletic privilege and how it is a sink or swim. View, physical education, and it promotes the idea that games are not just for fun. What they are. They are. He sounds like the slow fat kid in school. This he sounds like he experienced the life of the slow kid that wasn't picked, and it sounds like he's still carrying that around today. It sounds like somebody. Somebody didn't do the ball..

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The UK and Canada are both embroiled in Huawei linked controversy

John Batchelor

10:19 min | 1 year ago

The UK and Canada are both embroiled in Huawei linked controversy

"Prime ministers. The prime minister of Canada, the prime minister of Great Britain. What do they have in common? Besides that they participate in the Commonwealth, and they speak English. Well, the Chinese now watch this story, the prime minister of the United Kingdom, it's on the front page of your Wall Street Journal right now has fired. The Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson forty two extremely extremely well spoken. Young men. She accuses him of leaking the secret NFC meeting which concluded that the United Kingdom would permit while way to install a portion of its size speed five G network in Great Britain a portion she accuses Gavin Williamson of leaking that revelation. Gavin Williamson, the former Defense Secretary says no I didn't Theresa May now has to face the possibility that govern Williams and has rocketed to the top of the list of the conservative party to replace her. Now, go to Canada, the other side of the water, and we welcome. Charles Burton of Brock university to have Gordon I tell this story the star so far until this latest episode is that the United States requested Canada, detain an executive of. Wow, way, the very same Weiwei the wild way that is accused by the United States of being an agent if not the same as the the Chinese communist party, especially its militant spying way ring while way using technology to. Prey on vulnerable states that install while way technology, especially those attracted to the five G upgrade the United States. Does don't do it? That is not the issue in Canada, the issue in Canada is that Canada has detained an executive a relative of the man who founded why way and is pending transfer of that executive to the United States prime minister Trudeau the story, so far has not responded, any forceful fashion. The last time we talked to Charles the Chinese work claiming tainting of foodstuffs and cutting off an important export for Canada, an import for China foodstuffs, this very carefully challenged the farmers of Canada a big portion of the voting public while it's dough the prime minister had not responded. So now an update Charles good evening to you the. To prime ministers seem to be in trouble in some version with China and wow away, they're responding in an unusual fashion. Theresa May accusing Williamson of being leaker. How has prime minister Trudeau responded to this embargo of your food stuffs and has it gotten worse? Good evening to good evening. Well, I mean, the latest is that they're they're banning Canadian pork exports which could compensate for the canola exports previously banned because you know, the Chinese pork is in trouble with African swine who I'm so, you know, there's a market for Canadian, pork. That's just been blocked off. In addition, just in general, they're suggesting that Canadian soybeans of head shipments with Anson them clearing. Canadian agriculture commodities into China has been slowed to the extent that the Chinese customers for the Canadian product are naturally looking to alternate. Sources. Because of their uncertainty about whether they can get the Canadian product through to their market. So in general, China's doing everything it can to to harass Canada and pressures over memento. In addition, we've had another drug smuggler who with arrested in China and twenty twelve who just last week Canadian has been sentenced to death. So it seems that China's using every means it can to try and and make it difficult for candidate to continue to maintain the the Demong extradition commitment to the United States. And apparently most recently we've heard that the Chinese government have issued directives to the provinces seeking information from all Chinese state firms have dealings with Canada with a view to compiling more lists of possible retaliatory measures that will presumably be played out in the days and weeks ahead. In the meantime, our prime minister seems to think that this is just the storm in relations that they're what they're doing is wrong. But that it will blow over and we'll come to an understanding it and go back to to the relationship of the past which was to compromise on Chinese human rights, cyber espionage, China's international behavior with the promise of promise of enhanced Canadian access to the Chinese market. Gordon? So at the end of this year, we have Justin Trudeau your prime ministers, go up for general elections is of Chinese of all these Chinese actions against canola farmers now pork razors. You know, all of these detentions of Canadians retaliatory actions is that going to have an effect on the election. And what would have will it help through though? Or will it hurt him? Oh, I think it will certainly hurt him. I think in particular outraged at the idea of two Canadian citizens who are being held by the ministry of state security, the black jail where they're subject to brutal, torture and revelations are leaked by the people who have consular access to them not at the place where they're being held there. Brought blindfolded to to police stations to meet with Canadian consular officials. We know for example, that neither men Michael neither of them Michael speaker, and Michael covert have seen the light of day since December. Ember and that they're subject to sleep deprivation, and you know, the usual techniques China US to deal with political distance. Well, the prime minister's complete lack of any effective response to anything that's going on. I think indicates a degree of weakness, and and his collaboration with Canadian firms who have strong connections with Chinese communist business networks, which is leading to this non action response. But I think emotionally Canadians are unhappy about the idea of Canadian citizens being subject to torture while government stands essentially, idly by unable to do anything about it. Charles says the report in the national post that a former ambassador to to Beijing from Canada guy saint-jacques is reporting. The China's compiling lists. You mentioned this to target Canadian businesses has the prime minister commented on that report. As he was spotted in some fashion, isn't that his job to protect Canada? He has not responded in any fashion. And you know, as you may recall, he fired the the Canadian ambassador to China. John McCallum one of his former senior cabinet ministers for making comments supportive of MS mums defense, which led to public outcry, and that's been several months, and so far we haven't seen any ambassador for Canada in Beijing. So we don't have any information about it is that the government is not proposing anybody which would be puzzling. Or is the Chinese government refusing to accept a Canadian ambassador in which case one would expect logically that that we would then expel Chinese investor to Canada Lucia yet we have good cause to do. So when he suggested that the only reason the Canada rested miss mum was that our judicial systems biased by white supremacy. So comments that are clearly beyond the acceptable realm of diplomatic discourse. But there again, nothing is happening. So so far, the only thing we've seen actually some compensation for the canola farmers with how you're, you know, our elections are wide open you and yell questions to the president has the premise or not face to question one about the fact that they're said to be targeting our businesses, isn't that part of his job. Well, certainly you would expect to get answers. But what we get as baffled gas. Really, you know, they say things like we're absolutely going to be doing more on the canola file coming out in the few days. That's the kind of answer you get. I think these answers are answers. The American press would not tolerate from American politicians, but you know, Canadians tend to be respectful and polite, Gordon, we have about a minute. So trials besides expelling the Canadian best of the Chinese embassador out of what else can do. Well, I think we ought to certainly get together with our allies and insist that China follow the terms of their WTO entry, which they are flouting, you know, very badly. And I believe we should crack down on the sentinel. We Canada has provided funding to the Chinese police to investigate the feno, which we know is coming out of small factories and South China. We should be inspecting all shipments into Canada, very vigorously, the Chinese suggestion that maybe they would do something about it. If we agree to allow them to open a police office in their consulate in Vancouver, which presumably would be used to provide cover diplomatic cover for agents of the Chinese ministry of state security is a complete nonstarter and wouldn't work but slowing shipments of all Chinese products into Canada expecting inspecting them for this. Options white powder would in fact, cause some pain to China and Microsoft in in China, feeding Canadian requests the other thing that we could do withdraw from the Asian infrastructure investment Bank. We only went into it against drunk US objections because we thought we could curry favor to establish a free trade agreement with China.

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"national post" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

Monocle 24: The Stack

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"national post" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

"I thought of lifelong love stories with newsprint in particular. I think that's four hundred experiences whether subscription or what you would see your parents. Raiding is is really interesting. We're hearing from heavy earlier in the program and great newspaper design of selling. We've been in keeping an shop focus. The national post's faith for me is always one is featured in his book. Of course, that always think just gets the balancing actually right between challenging convention, but doing great newspaper design. Well, it's always a mistake associate. Has it sort of big yellow cyber on the front page? I like that mistake could be national yet. They're not afraid to to mix it up. I think that speaks to great confidence both on the design side and then the editorial side, you know, they'll sometimes do some really offbeat leads, and it always feels just about right. And I think as a whole to to pull off, it's very, very good choice. What? What was the British ones? Do you have. I was allegedly newspaper man mentioned content via about my time at the independent, which always had a certain phone, at least for this sort of fareless snus. And again, the willingness to mix things up. They were the first broadsheet to go tabloid. They had loved campaigning, journalism they did, and they were pretty bold visually. It wasn't always the most robust business model. It's Pop's a different story, but I also like the very kind of austere venerable newspaper, the big German titles that kind of absolutely unafraid to stick with what they've been doing for a century or more which something about that feels to me as Well. I, I like the big bro. Chits think, of course, it's very difficult when you're in the public transport, but there's nothing better when you're at home and you just open a page of a Cup of tea or whatever you like the big Sunday supplement. Exactly most better than that sharing section fighting over them in your household, depending how it goes that as just about a, we have talking on this newsprint folk. Edition of the stack, thanks to fill Nando Tyco for his production smarts. And of course thanks to our editors behind the glass Cassiopeia and George mcdonagh come into queries. Welcome one drop a line to us to tell us what your favorite news print is. You can get in touch with finance at f. p. Monaco dot com. Right? That's what we have time for. But before we go as our new tradition of music for you, this is from Slovak superstar. Merica Gumbo Tova because we were there. This takes us back to nineteen eighty-seven, and the song is Dobie dodge there during the reign. Enjoy it. Dash. Just. Laws.

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"national post" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"national post" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Talking to you too bye bye bye have a good day that was jose gonzalez and his moment on your martha in el paso texas and if you'd like to see that video of his mum blessing the mexican players it is on our website cbc dossier slash ah oh there is no fun like fun with water balloons and i mean that in grand be quebec there is no fun like fun with water balloons so knock it off now that is not explicitly the by law but the town's green patrol is proving a little broad in its enforcement of the rules and in its usage of the word ma'am on tuesday thirteen year old phillies alameda was on her driveway filling a water balloon with a hose when the officer intriguing approached the officer was with grand b's green patrol which enforces the town's environmental rules such as prohibiting residents from washing wasting water by washing their driveways and while filling the balloon thirteen year old phillies ya had spilled some water on the driveway according to the national post the officer quote called her ma'am and demanded that she give him her identification but philly's yet told him she is quote not a lady but a child on quote which did not deter him he gave her mom a one hundred and two dollar ticket which sent zone vive la metoo facebook to complain which sent journalists to her house which hours later prompted a call from grandes environmental coordinator and as he later explained quote it was not the proper way to treat this file because first of all that was a young lady that was playing with the hose and maybe she wasn't aware of that type of regulation and the impact of her actions unquote yeah maybe not so on the issue of children cooling themselves cooler heads did prevail if only that officer had put his judgment above blinded here in stillwater regulations.

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"national post" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"national post" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sort of stop engaging with our because the creators are terrible for one reason or another that would pretty much cut out ninety percents i think yeah exactly and that's and that's terrible so the way that i try to do it is you know there's a lot of compartmentalizing in terms of analyzing the art form and and what i'm looking at but then i also try to just like create a new cannon which is go back and be like who are these women or other marginalized people who never got there do because they weren't wait they weren't mailed they weren't sis you know and try to and try to write about them you know like right now i'm doing a piece on a lane may because she's gonna have this amazing retrospective at the light box you know and this was a woman who directed four films whose career as director was essentially over with ichitaro because it bombed and these films are amazing and they're so rarely seen and highly unavailable and i want to change that and create new classics right like so many of the old cannon classics don't deserve to be classics in our new standard of things and they think that's okay like i was explaining before we came on air i've been reading gabriel garcia marquez love in the time of cholera and this book should does not stand the test of time when it comes to things like toxic masculinity and race so anyway maybe we should create new classics i appreciate your coming in and talking about this is the host exhibitionists and marvin's room on the cvc johnson is a freelance arts freighter often seen in the global mail and maclean's tina hassani is a regular contributor to the national post she rates for a number can my name's tom power you're listening to keep.

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"national post" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"national post" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"And you have to be very careful time i mean way back when i did a book published about fifteen sixteen years ago and it was due to be printed in china but chinese printer refused to touch it because taiwan was they thought shown in a separate was in separate color from the mainland of china and so on so the sensitivity goes people a will schooled in this and it's something that of the people's republic will always make a great deal of because the idea of national sovereignty the idea taiwan is a lost province renegade province must be returned to the rule of the motherland that to bet and sin jang an integral part of china and so on is part of the national post nine thousand forty nine narrative which is is just is is there an nba shake him it's going to be taken over by china do you think they actually will make a move like that they will actually the the danger is the beijing has tried like the soft approach under the previous ministration in taiwam the kmt now you've got the dp which is much more autonomous minded and i think an actual invasion of taiwan would be too costly even full the born again force of the people's liberation china has been very hard on this as we've said and there's a lot of red tape to getting into china but it's a lucrative market and companies want to be there but is china now putting its national brand in the too hard basket why would any companies then want to work with them kathleen money yeah yeah.

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"national post" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"national post" Discussed on Slate Money

"No that's totally correct they have their monopolies western union has had a monopoly and the national post office offices in those some countries have monopolies but those a star to be loosening up now obviously companies like wells romy toy all those lobby them very hard they certainly do so for in nigeria and that and that brought in more players into the mafia could it be that now is forgetting a little bit more smartphone penetration that that could be the thing that really does yeah almost certainly feeling we touched on this the lust i'm you but this is i think this is like a west africa east africa thing right that like they've been these feature phone based payment systems in east africa for twenty years now and and that's just like part of the muscle memory now of how you pay for things in kenya whereas in nigeria because you haven't had that you can leapfrog straight to the smartphone systems which may be a little bit more fully featured and can do you can pay for things more easily i mean in a strange kind of i don't know if it's a leapfrog really because it's more traditional bankin it's probably kind of behind kenyan away because they actually are you know you'll send immobile money they shows up in your account if that's what if you so choose with if you send money to a night to nigeria shows up in the person's bank accounts how how.

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"national post" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"national post" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Don's we continue with monaco zone henry reach sheridan who is in the studio with few speaks from today's newspapers henry good afternoon what's your for us all new markets yet so let's begin with the canadian national post which has a colorful picture on the front cover of justin trudeau and his family as a meeting an celebrities in india waiting celebrities threestar not maitre politicians indeed indeed so they're on an official trip to india and several other political observers of made the point that they seem to have been snubbed by a by a india's top political a brass they've had to resort at the kind of meeting lower level politicians as celebrities in general exactly that's begun the very same moments when justin trudeau landed in the india i guess people were expecting him to be greeted by governor and trump mosey over there that didn't happen instead it's a moody sent a junior minister to the airport to greet justin trudeau exactly yeah and then there's there's a kind of strange or obscure a reason for this is an of these i think the casual observer which the partly indy has often accused canada of of sheltering sikh separatists an now seeks obviously are an important demographic grouping canada and they've been really important voting block a futrue does and they have also been in the government exactly exactly so a very some suspicion that's an modi's unhappiness with that arrangement in canada might be influencing his reception of trudeau in his own country well trudeau's guy disturbing differ fumoto so hopefully he will actually gets mute for proper influence as a river let's move onto the financial times yes store in the front page of.

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"national post" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"national post" Discussed on KKAT

"Gentleman won't happen with hitler look how he presented himself during the olympics being so wonderful gosh look what happened so that's all i wanted to say no i appreciate your call and then falling it is it's insane it is it's at mean they would have the way that they would have covered the thirty six olympics them and they would have done i mean they would have done the same it's just the same crediting it's it since the just i don't even now that just this the stories of the survivors the defectors one national post had the story of one and she defected from north korea and she realized issue escape because she you know she knew it was not right i cannot pronounce her first name high on so e r hyon high on silly high on silly and she discuss she told uh officials at she could kill three generations of her family if she even appeared disloyal even appear disloyal she defected at seventeen she wrote about it in a book called the girl was seven names and she came from a privileged family her stepdad had a job in the north korean military and public execution attendances at public execution their mandatory she attended her first when she was seven i was a man that was hung under aware way bridge and they it's by and this is kind unknown but it's the by law as a citizen yours to display portrait's of the ruling family in your home and the government gives you a special cloth to clean the portrait's they have to be the most prominent portrait's in any room.

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"national post" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"national post" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Um if she doesn't win who do you think might win earned that's a good question i mean i think that her role is is exceptionally strong in that movie whatever problems um and i know the film has its detractors whatever problems the movie has her performance really stands out and i think that it really ties into the kinds of frustrations that women have right now with with the treatment of of of women and the way that you know sexual assault is treated and she's a grieving mother so it's it's just a fabulous performance and i think she really deserves it and i think most people would agree i would be very happy if search around in one for for lady bird because i also think that that is a stellar performance or it be we're going to get into the nominations more in an hour but before i let you go biggest snub on this list mm i have one i was a billion i was a big fan of the finnish movie the other side of hope by accurist maggie probably my favorite movie of the year which i was kind of crossing my fingers are we come up in the foreign film category uh but no such luck that's just going to be me stumping for a good movie that everyone israel has to do it hubbard china i would say that know i really really really loved the big sick and i wish that he was just better represented you know in in the nominations got i believe one nomination so that's a little sad because i mean no one's making wrong coms anymore and i thought that it was a really amazing a film and such a amazing story from real life you know so will you guys get to go away and digest that list a little more and then we'll talk in an hour awesome thank you so much thank you john simply as a freelance arts writer more often featured in the globe and mail in mclean spent more often but often unto thank you and tina has sanyo's a regular or its contributor to the national post and they'll be back in an hour to break down more of this year's oscar nominations.

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"national post" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"national post" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Um if she doesn't win who do you think might win earned that's a good question i mean i think that her role is is exceptionally strong in that movie whatever problems um and i know the film has its detractors whatever problems the movie has her performance really stands out and i think that it really ties into the kinds of frustrations that women have right now with with the treatment of of of women and the way that you know sexual assault is treated and she's a grieving mother so it's it's just a fabulous performance and i think she really deserves it and i think most people would agree i would be very happy if search around in one for for lady bird because i also think that that is a stellar performance or it be we're going to get into the nominations more in an hour but before i let you go biggest snub on this list mm i have one i was a billion i was a big fan of the finnish movie the other side of hope by accurist maggie probably my favorite movie of the year which i was kind of crossing my fingers are we come up in the foreign film category uh but no such luck that's just going to be me stumping for a good movie that everyone israel has to do it hubbard china i would say that know i really really really loved the big sick and i wish that he was just better represented you know in in the nominations that got i believe one nomination so that's a little sad because i mean no one's making wrong coms anymore and i thought that it was a really amazing a film and such a amazing story from real life you know so will you guys get to go away and digest that list a little more and then we'll talk in an hour awesome thank you so much thank you john simply as a freelance arts writer more often featured in the globe and mail in mclean spent more often but often unto thank you and tina has sanyo's a regular or its contributor to the national post and they'll be back in an hour to break down more of this year's oscar nominations.

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"national post" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"national post" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I mean i think that at her role is is exceptionally strong in that movie whatever problems and i know the film has its detach detractors whatever problems the movie has her performance really stands out and i i think that it really ties into the kinds of frustrations that women have right now with with the treatment of of of women and the way that you know sexual assault is treated and she's a grieving mother so it's it's just a fabulous performance and i think she really deserves it and i think most people would agree i would be very happy if search around and one for for lady bird because i also think that that is a stellar performance or it be we're going to get into the nominations more in an hour but before i let you go biggest snub on this list i have one i was a bit an i was a big fair of finish movie the other side of hope by accurate maggie probably my favorite movies a year which i was kind of crossing my fingers that we come up in the foreign film category uh but no such luck that's just going to be me stumping for a good movie that everyone should go i would say that you know i really really really love the big sick and i wish that it was just better represented you know in in the nominations that got i believe one nominations so that's a little sad because i mean no one's making wrong coms anymore and i thought that it was a really amazing a film and such a amazing story from real life you know so well you guys get to go away and digest that list a little more and then we'll talk in an hour i thank you so of overthrew him big fear john simply as a freelance arts rider more often featured in the globe and mail and mcclain's not more often but off off monday thank you and tina has said a regular or its contributor to the national post and they'll be back in an hour to break down more of this year's oscar nominations.

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"national post" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"national post" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Um if she doesn't win who do you think might win earned that's a good question i mean i think that her role is is exceptionally strong in that movie whatever problems um and i know the film has its detractors whatever problems the movie has her performance really stands out and i think that it really ties into the kinds of frustrations that women have right now with with the treatment of of of women and the way that you know sexual assault is treated and she's a grieving mother so it's it's just a fabulous performance and i think she really deserves it and i think most people would agree i would be very happy if search around in one for for lady bird because i also think that that is a stellar performance or it be we're going to get into the nominations more in an hour but before i let you go biggest snub on this list mm i have one i was a billion i was a big fan of the finnish movie the other side of hope by accurist maggie probably my favorite movie of the year which i was kind of crossing my fingers are we come up in the foreign film category uh but no such luck that's just going to be me stumping for a good movie that everyone israel has to do it hubbard china i would say that know i really really really loved the big sick and i wish that he was just better represented you know in in the nominations got i believe one nomination so that's a little sad because i mean no one's making wrong coms anymore and i thought that it was a really amazing a film and such a amazing story from real life you know so will you guys get to go away and digest that list a little more and then we'll talk in an hour awesome thank you so much thank you john simply as a freelance arts writer more often featured in the globe and mail in mclean spent more often but often unto thank you and tina has sanyo's a regular or its contributor to the national post and they'll be back in an hour to break down more of this year's oscar nominations.

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"national post" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"national post" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"A point out that that's you know he he has had quite a rocky first year as president not to chief much as he perhaps would have hoped but republicans will be holding this last minutes in terms of the calendar year qiu up as a reason to vote for the republicans in next year's elections along with a the more conservative judges that he's managed to get through being the of the flagship policy does robin i think that this tax cut which we knows heaps on sort of national debt and seems to squarely benefit only the highest earners and even then only in certain states it's a calculated gamble to address potential shortfalls in support in 2018 in the midterms we shall return to this in the new year icu have the national post in front of you obey of canadian reporting on a british institution the nonetheless has a important presence i in in canada the b abc's head of religion is an atheist reads the headline in the national post so the bbc recently a script it said it's heads of religious programming and the portfolio has now been adopted a by a person james per now whose main job main role is the bbc's head of radio in education has emerged that penau is in fact an atheist and his suitability for the role of head of religious programming has being questioned now international listeners may be unfamiliar with the role of religion in the bbc's programming but the e e still has i would say quite a prominent place on the bbc schedule considering that britain is a fairly decided secular country i would say now it's obviously a difficult and every time census stats come in every ten years uh the the the ground.

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"national post" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"national post" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"On news radio kkob a music festival at halifax canada has apologized for overt racism following a volunteer staffers refusal to move to the back because she's caucasian no accord the national post performer lido pimenta pittman pimenta pimenta winner of the 2017 polarised prize frequently asked all white members of our audience to move to the back to give up their seats to non white audience members they must do so regardless of whether they pay more for the seat the halifax pop explosion music festival is apologizing for the actions of a photographer who refused the request her refusal to do so was considered an interruption and deemed an act of over racism one making white people who pay more for a ticket go to the back of the auditorium be overt racism the board of this festival now promises to remove anti oppression and anti racist or i'm sorry not remove improve anti oppression an antiracism training for their staff next year and has invited the volunteer that refuse to move to not be volunteering any more mm so if a rosa parks decided no i'm not go into the back of the bus i'm gonna sit wherever i want to that was an actor bravery but if a white person says no i'm not moving to the back that was racist in itself and you'll lose your job say what you tell me what the difference this you tell me the difference you want a job with the democratic national committee well you'd better not be a certain color you know what colour but we'll tell you.

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"national post" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"national post" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Be on video and then the his campos thing he could shot in the leg and then goes to mexico what i'll who had to ellen first then he went to mexico and then apparently he's not even i read a story which said he wasn't even actually let legit license security guard what what's this is that not weird it seems weird doesn't it i mean there's some stuff about this where it it it seems weird just say an i mean i i don't know i just it it it there's more rumor than factor of this and we should have with more facts than rumors at this point well yeah i mean you would think so i want to share this story with you as well now that we're talking about political correctness and craziness and everything this was this is national post and wearing metal boots and excellently hit my medal bid on the table at scare me like what is that in my broadcast halifax music festival apologizes for overt racism after volunteer refuses to give spot near staged two people a woman of color so some some like chicks singer i guess i feel like everybody tries to be fk twigs that and everybody tries to be weird and everything and assist system only works for certain people i hate that there's like a trend with it you know like back in the nineties though he's grunge i'm also going to be grunge and then l the bans are grunge because the run the grunge movement it's so annoying this chick namely'do ponente frequently asks our audience to welcome people of color the front of the stage on our ally and in turn she tells white people to move back and it was the halifax pop explosion i would have just like given a finger and walked that may.

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"national post" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"national post" Discussed on Business Daily

"We i could imagine you you walk into next say grocery store and are you saying that i meet answers and the grocery store and subsidizes you by offering something for cheap us our services were drawing people to the store and then you can seldom stuff so they meet our services also drawing people to the banks and to the credit unions of this world the post office of this word and they all ought to be able to take advantage of these people coming in through their doors to sell them different things and perhaps even offered a little bit of a discount so yes absolutely they us cost could go down people as close as possible brazil and the other roadblock that i wanted to point out other than the amlc safety anti money laundering and the combating of financing a better regulations is the exclusive partnerships that a number of these large manure transfer companies have with the national post office systems of this word most of the countries in the while including whether you asserting i i suppose in the uk anywhere else they have exclusive partnership between their post office national post office 30s and one or the other large money transfer company and by doing that they give monopooly powered pricing power to those companies and this stifle competition and when the post of his color to boot of the free it is actually a tax on remittances it acts on migrant communication cost used to be very very high twenty years ago there is shamefully high twenty years ago and see what has happened.

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"national post" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"national post" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Just did it gives you is you know like the rest of us and deal easy apparently home as well good good on you jerry i appreciate both your initiative and the laziness that you demonstrated for thirteen years thirteen years of leads us like the the the gold he gave his wife to he she could always be like a really exhibit a six is always something she could other is at at him about a really gonna fix that area at ten til aid she just dart's across the room adamant he just knows i lost again here is sheiky he could never win an argument she can be like oh really let us list is lost every five let's let's let's let's pick this up backup at about seven forty three the high tyler what he half the bargains that really item that i love the story i think glum timeless nerve gas now i have i have a stronglyheld belief about the ocean which is that people should not go into or be a part of it four see animals people are elena animals and when you try to mix things up that's not god's design that's not what we were meant to be so so what what you're saying it's basically ascend to go well after title for it so yeah sure alqa'ida's in i don't mind it and i feel like my belief was further was proved today again with a new report comes that came out that says up in alaska killer whales are organizing into gangs to shake down alaskan fishing vessels for their fish it's the report from the national post evidently but says there are fishermen are afraid to go out into the water anymore because there are schools of killer whales were just hang out there waiting for fishing vessels to hit to pull out of port and a number be fishing vessels abetted turnaround to pull back into poor because the killer whales let them go anywhere through that do make it out of port actually they are their fishing the killer whales act natural.

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